I believe that POP3 is the only email protocol enabled on my ISP's email server.
Even if it was enabled, I believe that IMAP is not an option, because I have two computers sharing the same email account and have set Outlook to delete email messages from the email server only 1 week old or more, and I understand that IMAP does not support this functionality.
Please enlighten me if I am mistaken about any of this.
Thanks in advance.
I've got Outlook 2007 with an email account connecting to a linux email server (HORDE) using POP3 on Windows Vista, and only on certain kinds of email I am receiving multiple duplicate email messages when I know that only one message exists on the email server when I inspect it using their webmail interface. Note that the same thing occurs on Outlook 2003 running on Win XP.
Is there any way to have Outlook avoid downloading the same email message multiple times, or else have those duplicate messages automatically deleted before I see it?
Also, I do like Outlook (especially the 2007 version), but are there any other email clients that handle this problem better?